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Coordinates: 55.7799N 37.

6028E

Novoslobodskaya
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Novoslobodskaya (Russian:
) is a Moscow Metro station
in the Tverskoy District of the Central
Administrative Okrug, Moscow. It is on the
Koltsevaya Line, between Belorusskaya and
Prospekt Mira stations. Novoslobodskaya was
opened on 30 January 1952.

Novoslobodskaya
Moscow Metro station

Contents
1 Architecture and art
2 Transfers
3 Gallery
4 Notes
Station statistics

5 External links
Address

Novoslobodskaya Street
Tverskoy District
Central Administrative Okrug
Moscow

Coordinates

55.7799N 37.6028E

Line(s)

5 Koltsevaya Line

Connections

Trolleybus: 3, 15, 47, 69


Tram: 19

Structure type

Deep pylon tri-vault

Depth

40 metres (130 ft)

Levels

Platforms

1 island platform

Tracks

Parking

No

Architecture and art


Alexey Dushkin, the station's architect, has
long wished to unitilise stained glass in
decoration of a metro station, and the first
drawings date to preWorld War II times. In
1948, with the aid of a young architect
Alexander Strelkov, Dushkin came across the
renowned artist Pavel Korin, who agreed to
compose the artworks for the panels. The rest
of the station was designed around the glass
panels. Dushkin, taking the standard pylon
layout designed the overall impression to
resemble that of underground crypt.
It is best known for its 32 stained glass panels,
which are the work of Latvian artists E.
Veylandan, E. Krests, and M. Ryskin. Each
panel, surrounded by an elaborate brass
border, is set into one of the station's pylons
and illuminated from within. Both the pylons
and the pointed arches between them are faced
with pinkish Ural marble and edged with brass
molding. At the end of the platform is a
mosaic by Pavel Korin entitled "Peace
Throughout the World." The stained glass

Other information
Opened

30 January 1952

Station code

068

Owned by

Moskovsky Metropoliten
Services

panels, the mosaic, the brass trim, and the


elegant conical chandeliers were all carefully
cleaned and restored in 2003.
The vestibule is an imposing structure with a
grand portico, located on the northeast corner
of Novoslobodskaya and Seleznevskaya
streets.

Preceding station
Belorusskaya
anticlockwise / outer

Moscow Metro
Koltsevaya Line

Following station
Prospekt Mira
clockwise / inner

SerpukhovskoSavyolovskaya

Timiryazevskaya

Tsvetnoy Bulvar

Line

toward Bulvar

Transfer at:

Dmitriya Donskogo

toward Altufyevo

Mendeleyevskaya

Transfers
From this station it is possible to transfer to
Mendeleyevskaya station on the
Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line.

Location

Gallery

"Peace Throughout the


World" mosaic.

Route map
Legend

9
2

Novoslobodskaya
Belorusskaya
to Krasnaya Presnya yard

Platform.

7 Krasnopresnenskaya
Moskva River
Kiyevskaya
3 4
Moskva River
Park Kultury
1
Moskva River

Prospekt Mira
6
Komsomolskaya
1
Kurskaya
3 10
Taganskaya
7 8
Moskva River
Vodootvodny Canal
Paveletskaya
2
Dobryninskaya
9
Oktyabrskaya
6

Lighting.

Artwork on the
platform.

Rusich train on the


platform. Note the
upper pass is the trasfer
walkway to the
Mendeleyevskaya on
the SerpukhovskoTimiryazevskaya Line

Notes
External links
Wikimedia Commons has
media related to
Novoslobodskaya.

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Categories: Moscow Metro stations Koltsevaya Line Public art in Russia Tverskoy District
Railway stations opened in 1952 Stalinist architecture
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